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Magnificent home and gardens open to public (museum,bar and restaurant). Built for Omar Sharif by Jesus Soto and influenced by Cesar Manrique (responsible for almost every architectural tourist attraction on Lanzarote). One of Lanzarote's top 10 I...more
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I would recommend a trip here far above Cesar Manrique (not worth it at all) - such a beautiful peaceful place.
Loved being able to just wander into each room and being able to take a seat and appreciate everything at our own relaxed pace....More
just another white cement house of lanzarote. this time it is partly made into the rockside of nazaret. famous for its short-period owner omar sharif many people come for a visit. i don t think it is a must seen of the island
LagOmar house is a very nice attraction. Spent here about an hour, but would spent a bit longer. When you walk through the house you never now what you discover next and every room and every space is different from the last one. César Manrique...More
Lagomar museum is a real hidden gem in Lanzarote. Drive around a corner & a beautiful sight meets you, it is a view of this wonderful place built into the hillside. Lots of stairways, corridors & corners to explore with magnificent views from most areas....More
These stunning grounds are part of the estate belonging to Omar Sharif who reputedly lost all in a game of bridge. Not for the faint hearted as there are a lot of steps but the whole grounds are stunning , with secret little tunnels opening...More
Read mixed reviews here on trip advisor, but fancied a trip anyway since we were staying very close in Famara.
I have to admit I really enjoyed the place as such, the Omar Sharif story connected to it and the whole experience. We were there...More
Special architecture in the typical fairytale César Manrique style. A labyrinth of corridors, steps, niches and special spaces. Fascinating that this was a shelter of Omar Sharif and that he has gambled it out.
The restaurant was fine. We had a great lunch and the...More
What a lovely place to visit .
Interesting to read about the different owners and walk around the maze of little nooks and crannies that make up the property.
The restaurant was filled with the art and complimented the hole place perfectly. The service was...More
I know this house is more commonly known as Omar Sharifs house, but it was only his property for a day. If you went to this place you probably would of known why. Am I right?
I know this place is a hidden gem it...More